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Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by HenriEST, Jan 4, 2010.

  1. HenriEST

    HenriEST Member

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    About a month ago i got my cambelt and pullies changed, with waterpump and thermostat. i got the car back and everything seemed fine, but when the weather got colder i started hearing a rubbing noise coming from the engine after running the car for about 2-3 minutes. but after the car has been running for a bit longer it disappears.:S i was thinking it might be a moist belt? or something like that? any ideas guys? but it sounds like butter after driving it a few miles:S


    Cheers

    Henri
     
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  3. A4 nut

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    What engine is it?
     
  4. HenriEST

    HenriEST Member

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    Ah sorry!! its a audi a4 saloon 2.0l sport 2001
     
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    Henri -> I wouldnt worry too much its this weather, I have a 1.8t and mine also has done this over the last week and never happened before.

    Tom
     
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    Probably the poor little alternator struggling under the load of A/C on full , wipers tearing at ice , lights on and a rear demister warming windows and mirrors.....in the freezing cold.
     
  7. HenriEST

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    Ok cheers guys! also thought it might be some belt out of line or something but then it should do it all the time!

    thanks

    Henri
     

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